1h 19 min

Eating for hormonal health - is it more than a fad? with Jodie Relf and Laura Clark The Dietitian Cafe

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As women’s health becomes less of a taboo topic, conversations surrounding menstruation, menopause and conditions such as polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) are becoming more common place. Some individuals are homing in on their hormonal health and looking for nutritional solutions to positively impact their hormones. But is it all just another nutrition fad? Can you balance your hormones with your diet, is that necessary, and what does the evidence say? Join us today as we examine a selection of the diets and ideas you may have heard about in this area as well as discussing hormonal health in some specific women’s health conditions.

Joining us on today's show are Jodie Relf and Laura Clark.

Jodie Relf is a Registered Dietitian certified by the HCPC, and proudly serves as a media spokesperson for the British Dietetic Association. Her focus is on providing specialized support for individuals with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS).
Jodie's journey began when she was diagnosed with PCOS in her early twenties, and quickly realized the scarcity of reliable guidance on managing this condition. Determined to make a difference, Jodie dedicates herself to extensive research, translating scientific findings into practical advice tailored for those with PCOS.
Beyond her work in nutrition, she holds qualifications as a Pilates instructor, integrating movement into her holistic approach to wellness. Jodie is passionate about creating PCOS-friendly recipes that are both nutritious and delicious. Balancing her professional endeavours, she is also a devoted mother of two very busy little humans and a fair-weather paddleboarder.

Laura provides consultancy for individuals, employees/ businesses and food brands. She combines her love of science, people and food, to provide insightful evidence-based expertise, tailored to real life.
The Menopause Dietitian evolved from Laura Clark Nutrition, which Laura established in 2004. It brings together solid nutrition and behavioural change foundations mixed with a compassionate and realistic approach, to get to the heart of what the mid-life woman experiencing the menopausal transition needs for her physical and emotional health.
Laura frequently contributes to mainstream press and media, including consultancy and TV appearances for the BBC and ITV.


Show notes:
Laura’s socials:
Instagram: @menopause.dietitian and @pausetonourish
Website: https://www.themenopausedietitian.co.uk and https://www.lecnutrition.co.uk

Jodie’s socials:
Instagram: @jodie_relf
Website: https://www.thepcosdietitian.co.uk

As women’s health becomes less of a taboo topic, conversations surrounding menstruation, menopause and conditions such as polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) are becoming more common place. Some individuals are homing in on their hormonal health and looking for nutritional solutions to positively impact their hormones. But is it all just another nutrition fad? Can you balance your hormones with your diet, is that necessary, and what does the evidence say? Join us today as we examine a selection of the diets and ideas you may have heard about in this area as well as discussing hormonal health in some specific women’s health conditions.

Joining us on today's show are Jodie Relf and Laura Clark.

Jodie Relf is a Registered Dietitian certified by the HCPC, and proudly serves as a media spokesperson for the British Dietetic Association. Her focus is on providing specialized support for individuals with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS).
Jodie's journey began when she was diagnosed with PCOS in her early twenties, and quickly realized the scarcity of reliable guidance on managing this condition. Determined to make a difference, Jodie dedicates herself to extensive research, translating scientific findings into practical advice tailored for those with PCOS.
Beyond her work in nutrition, she holds qualifications as a Pilates instructor, integrating movement into her holistic approach to wellness. Jodie is passionate about creating PCOS-friendly recipes that are both nutritious and delicious. Balancing her professional endeavours, she is also a devoted mother of two very busy little humans and a fair-weather paddleboarder.

Laura provides consultancy for individuals, employees/ businesses and food brands. She combines her love of science, people and food, to provide insightful evidence-based expertise, tailored to real life.
The Menopause Dietitian evolved from Laura Clark Nutrition, which Laura established in 2004. It brings together solid nutrition and behavioural change foundations mixed with a compassionate and realistic approach, to get to the heart of what the mid-life woman experiencing the menopausal transition needs for her physical and emotional health.
Laura frequently contributes to mainstream press and media, including consultancy and TV appearances for the BBC and ITV.


Show notes:
Laura’s socials:
Instagram: @menopause.dietitian and @pausetonourish
Website: https://www.themenopausedietitian.co.uk and https://www.lecnutrition.co.uk

Jodie’s socials:
Instagram: @jodie_relf
Website: https://www.thepcosdietitian.co.uk

1h 19 min

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